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The Life of a Conflicted Teacher

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Friday Thoughts – The Emotion of Waiting

This was meant for my weekly post to the Two Writing Teachers "Slice of Life" post on Tuesday, but, as you'll read, life got in the way! 🙂 I cannot express enough how much I enjoy the above mentioned site. If... Continue Reading →

Friday Thoughts: The Finger

#gotchaagain You thought middle finger and thought it was something awful! Bad readers! 🙂 I'm not sure what brought this memory back, but it's kind of a fun one that I wanted to share. We went to Disney World ten... Continue Reading →

Is This The Culture We Want?

July 8.  That's when I noticed the aisles cleared at the local big box retail store. I knew what was going into those aisles, but July 8?  Then came the comments: "Oh where did summer go?" "Wow summer's just flown... Continue Reading →

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